Black Raven Pipe Band at St MacCullins Church,Lusk, County Dublin. The Band is new, young and vibrant, bringing all its values to the local community.
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Black Raven’s "Gathering"
We are a group with an idea and a dream, one which we know we can achieve again.Proud of our accomplishments, The Black Raven Pipe band are known throughout the country and have had the good fortune previously to compete and win in the World Championships! Work and life schedules being what they are we have experienced a number of changes over the past number of years.
However, we feel we can carry on the tradition while more accurately reflecting the current composition of the band. A history to be proud of through hard work and perseverance the nucleus of the band was formed. With our strong history in mind we are also excited and looking forward to embracing our futures... embark with us on the next exciting chapter of the bands history!
The 2013/2014 season promises to be an exciting one for the band as we look to go back to basics and build on our record wins to date.
Optimistic about the number of new members and inviting all our existing and past players, who we were fortunate to progress and compete with, to attend a social night on Monday 8th July commencing from 8.15pm.
A night to reminisce, share experiences, and maybe exchanges ideas for the future. There will be refreshments and opportunities for everyone to get involved, bring ideas and catch up about our band and our future.
We invite you to be there when Black Ravens take flight again...
Black Raven Pipe Band practice and teaching facility at the recently renovated Lusk Parish Centre, Lusk Co Dublin
The Band moved back into the newly renovated Old School in Lusk just before Christmas. The Old National School was the home of the Ravens for almost 30 years. The premises are the property of the Dioceses of Dublin and was built in 1879. Over the last number of years the property had fallen into disrepair despite many corrective repairs. A major overhaul was needed.
The band vacated the premises for over a year. We had the use of a room in Lusk National School while re building took place. It was difficult to operate as normal but we looked forward to moving back in.
On Monday evening 8th October 2012 the Band returned to the new state of the art premises, warm and comfortable which is ideal for practice and teaching sessions. A "Back Home" reception was hosted by the band and was attended by members, past members and potential members. All enjoyed a great night and the band is looking forward to a great future.